Dow Chemical to Stop Trading in Paris, Brussels

NEW YORK (AP) --€” Dow Chemical (NYSE: DOW  ) said Monday that it plans to delist its common stock from the Euronext Paris Stock Exchange and its depositary receipts from the Euronext Brussels Stock Exchange.

The Midland, Mich.-based chemical company said the delisting is due to low trading volume. The company's primary listing will remain on the New York Stock Exchange.

Dow Chemical shares closed Friday at $29.57, up nearly 3 percent since the start of the year.

Shares were not trading Monday because the stock exchanges were closed because of Hurricane Sandy.

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